Monthly Archives: October 2016


NAT (Network Address Translation) Setup in Multi-WAN Routers

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NAT (Network Address Translation) is the mapping of IP headers going through a router, to modify the source (source NAT) or destination (destiation NAT) IP address of the IP packets. NAT was born primarily for the  demand for more IP addresses for networked devices where the IP addresses provided by the ISP can not be […]

NAT in multi-WAN routers

session persistency in load balancing firewalls

How to Achieve Session Persistency on Load Balancing Firewalls

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Let’s start by defining session persistency in the context of load balancing firewalls. Session persistency is the ability of the broadband bonding load balancer to keep the on going session alive even during WAN network problems. Normally, persistent sessions need to be kept on the same WAN link to work properly. With load balancers, normally this is not possible […]